Lynn Valley Trail
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Both destinations are historic small towns with rustic central business areas. This trail meets with the Lynn River in certain places. It follows a former railbed through Carolinian forest. Edible things to eat found along the trail include wild strawberries, wild raspberries, and blackberries. Nighttime use of the trail is prohibited and only pedestrians and bicycles may use the trail at any time. Privacy laws prevent the climbing of fences and gates leading to private property as a part of respecting the residents that live along the trail.
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